[ROVERNET - UK] Gas tank Question.
restore at nbnet.nb.ca
Mon Sep 4 01:52:09 BST 2006
why would you not just leave that troublesome filter off...instead put in a
good inline filter that you can get at easily and change when necessary.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ben Rodgers" <irishrover at netscape.ca>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2006 6:04 PM
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] Gas tank Question.
> Hi Folks
> The 1967 P5 Mk 3 has been picking up dirt in the fuel lines and
> carb so I decided to remove the tank to have it cleaned and sealed. After
> getting it out and removing the pick up pipe inside the tank I discovered
> that a small gauze tube shaped filter had fallen of the end of the pipe.
> pick up pipe has a large outer metal pipe and a smaller plastic inner, the
> latter is for the reserve fuel . The little filter tube slides over the
> small plastic pipe and is snug to the inside of the metal pipe. Now, if
> are still following me, here is my question. What can I use that will
> the filter stays in place when I re-install it in the tank. I have thought
> of a product available here in Canada called "Seal All", it will fix small
> pin hole leaks and such, but not sure of its lasting qualities. Perhaps
> there is something better available???Looking for
> Thanks Ben.
> PS any recommendations on products good for sealing the inside of the tank
> FREDERICK (BEN) RODGERS
> born in Belfast, Northern Ireland,
> Author of "lily and me" a great book and a great read .
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